Tech Wrap: Oppo A55 5G launched, LG launches a new line of ACs
More tech news includes FAU-G opening registrations ahead of launch and Netflix delivering studio-quality sound on Android.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Oppo launched the Oppo A55 5G smartphone in India. On the other hand, LG launched its new line of ACs in India.
In addition to that, FAU-G opened its registrations in India.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
Netflix delivers 'studio-quality' sound for Android users
Netflix has rolled out a new update that aims to improve the audio experience on Android smartphones. The update brings Extended HE-AAC with MPEG-D DRC (xHE-AAC) for Android devices, with version 9.0 and above.
FAU-G opens registrations for Android users
FAU-G is set to release on January 26 release. Ahead of the launch, nCORE Games opened registrations for Android users.
Oppo A55 5G launched
Oppo today launched the Oppo A55 5G smartphone. It costs CNY 1,599 in China.
Twitter releases Republic Day emoji
Twitter today announced that it will launch a special emoji to commemorate Republic Day on Tuesday. This will be the sixth consecutive Republic Day emoji released by the company.
LG launches 2021 AC lineup in India
LG today launched its new line of air conditioners in India, which includes split ACs that will be available in a price range of ₹39,990 and ₹73,990, and the window AC that will be available in a price range of ₹36,990 and ₹54,990.
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